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Beauty lovers: If you were to peek into your bathroom right now, how many things are on the counter?
If the number is over 10 and looking at the variety of creams, lotions, and soaps stresses you out, it’s time to get organized.
Counter clutter is overwhelming – it crowds your ability to use your space freely and clean efficiently. Even worse, there’s a chance that you haven’t used a number of the products that sit out on display.
Instead of wasting valuable surface area on your countertop or inside your vanity, why not invest in beauty tools that double as bathroom decor?
There’s a number of innovative products on the market that improve skin and makeup application at the same time they function as just another part of your bathroom. Plus, they make great gifts too.
Ready to treat yourself or a loved one? Check out the many benefits of the beauty tools listed below.
Simplehuman created the Sensor Mirror on the premise that under the wrong lighting, makeup colours can fool you. The brand’s tru-lux light system allows you to see subtle variations in your makeup colour so that you end up with flawless application. The Sensor Mirror detects when you are in front of it and lights up automatically as your face approaches. It also recharges with a standard USB and one charge lasts up to five weeks – bonus.
SHOP IT: Simplehuman, $250
Anyone else getting Magic Mirror vibes? Now, you can play out your very own Disney princess fantasy with one of these vintage handheld mirrors. In contrast to the Simplehuman Sensor Mirror, it’s far less techie but much more portable. Not to mention, it looks pretty displayed on a bathroom counter. Gift one to your favourite beauty.
SHOP IT: Amazon, $16
Is it a trophy? A high tech razor? No, it’s a non-invasive beauty tool that uses radio frequency technology to encourage collagen and elastin production in the skin by TriPollar. All you have to do is apply a thin layer of the brand’s preparation gel to a clean, dry face and then go in with this rose gold gadget to achieve a plumper, more youthful looking complexion.
SHOP IT: Net-A-Porter, $400
Though Dior’s Prestige La Crème is sold separately (and costs a whopping $460), you can enjoy scooping all of your favourite face creams out of their pots with these tiny gold applicators and decorate your countertop with them afterward. Better yet, gift one to a